Conway's husband suggests Trump regularly makes false and misleading statements
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George Conway, the husband of White House adviser Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth ConwayTrump embarks on Twitter spree amid impeachment inquiry, Syria outrage The Hill's Campaign Report: Biden camp faces new challenges Trump offers condolences on frequent foe Cummings: 'Very hard, if not impossible, to replace' MORE, is suggesting that President TrumpDonald John TrumpZuckerberg launches public defense of Facebook as attacks mount Trump leaning toward keeping a couple hundred troops in eastern Syria: report Warren says making Israel aid conditional on settlement building is 'on the table' MORE regularly makes false and misleading statements.

After Trump said on Twitter that he only kept former White House aide Omarosa Manigault NewmanOmarosa Onee Manigault NewmanJuan Williams: Black Republicans call out Trump — finally — on race Michael Cohen denies Omarosa advising him in prison Trump renews attacks on Omarosa, slamming her as 'disgusting and foul mouthed' MORE in the administration "because she only said GREAT things about me," Philip Bump, a writer at The Washington Post, shared a tweet asking how the board at a public company would react if its CEO were to tell them he opted not to terminate an unqualified employee "because the employee constantly praised him."

"Interesting analogy," Conway said in response to Bump’s tweet on Tuesday.


“Likewise, what if a CEO routinely made false and misleading statements about himself, the company, and results, and publicly attacked business partners, company 'divisions' (w/ scare quotes!), employees, and analysts, and kowtowed to a dangerous competitor?" Conway, who has a history of taking swipes at his wife’s boss on Twitter, added.

Trump is currently battling claims from Manigault Newman that he is a racist and that there is a tape in which the president can be heard saying the N-word during his time as the star of the “Apprentice.”

Earlier this week, Kellyanne Conway did not explicitly say she told Trump about the alleged tape but later seemed to imply otherwise, saying: "It was my job to tell the president every rumor, innuendo, fact, fiction."

"I've worked alongside Donald Trump for two straight years," she continued. "I've never heard him say anything about that, including about my husband, who has completely denied that he has used a racial epithet."